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1. Introduction

SharePoint Calendar Rollup App allows you to aggregate calendar events from SharePoint Online calendars and Office 365 shared calendars, both Office 365 group calendars and personal calendars are supported.

By color-coding events based on different calendar sources, makes it easy to identify and categorize information, better to track your meetings and schedules.

2. Add Calendar Rollup Web Part

a. Go to the page where you want to add the Calendar Rollup Web Part.

b. If the page is not already in edit mode, click Edit at the top right of the page.

c. Hover your mouse above or below an existing web part and you'll see a line with a circled +, like this:

d. Click “+” and you'll see a list of web parts you can choose from. Click Calendar Rollup to add the web part.

If you do not find the web part, type Calendar Rollup in the Search box.

After adding a Calendar Rollup Web Part, you can configure the basic settings for Calendar Rollup Web Part now.

Click on the Calendar Rollup Web Part, and then click edit web part icon.

Then you will find Calendar Rollup panel on the right side. Here you can configure the following settings:

Default View: Specify the default view, by month, week, day or agenda.

Show calendar selector: Select this option, it will show all added calendar sources added and allows users to choose which calendars will be displayed.

Auto refresh calendars: Select this option, it will automatically update calendar data according to a specified schedule (every 10 mins by default).

Use default color: Represent the calendar resource using the default color, usually the default color is the same as the site’s theme.

To set a customized color for the calendar resource, turn off the “Use Default Color”, and specify a color you preferred for text and background.

3. Add a SharePoint Calendar

a. To add a SharePoint Calendar, click edit web part icon on the Calendar Rollup Web Part.

b. On the right-side panel, click Next to go to the second page.

c. Click on Add, then click Add SharePoint List from the drop-down list.

d. On the pop-up dialog, specify a name for the incoming calendar. This name will be shown on the Calendar Rollup Web Part as follows:

e. Specify if end users can modify calendar events. Selecting this option means that end users cannot create, update or delete events on the Calendar Rollup Web Part.

f. If you specify a color for the calendar source, the events of this calendar source will be displayed by the specified color. If you use the default color, the calendar will be displayed by the default color or the customized color you specified in Basic Settings section.

g. Next, select a SharePoint Calendar. Calendar Rollup App enables you to add a calendar cross site within in the same site collection.

Source Site: Select the site to which the list or calendar belongs to.

Source List: Select a SharePoint list or calendar.

Source List View: Select one view; the items in that view will be added on the Web Part.

Select columns to map calendar event: Map the list or calendar columns to the indicated fields.

h. And then specify who can add, edit or delete event items on Calendar Rollup Web Part.

If you do not specify users, maintain the same permission settings with SharePoint.

Specify users who can add event: only the specified users or SharePoint group members can add events.

Specify users who can edit event: only the specified users or SharePoint group members can edit events.

Specify users who can delete event: only the specified users or SharePoint group members can delete events.

i. Click OK to save the settings.

j. Then, the events of selected calendar will be showed on the web part as following.

4. Add a Group Calendar

Calendar Rollup App enables you to aggregate events or meetings from shared group calendar. You can also schedule and manage the events.

You can add multiple shared group calendars on one Calendar Rollup web part.

a. To add a Group Calendar, click Add and then click Add Group Calendar from the drop-down list.

b. On the pop-up dialog, specify a name for the incoming calendar. This name will be shown on the Calendar Rollup Web Part as follows:

c. Calendar Rollup App will list all available shared Group calendars, select a Group calendar from the drop-down list.

d. Specify if end users can modify calendar events. Selecting this option means that end users cannot create, update or delete events on the Calendar Rollup Web Part.

e. Specify a color to represent the calendar resource. This color will override the default color or the customized color you specified in Basic Settings section.

f. And then specify who can add, edit or delete event items on Calendar Rollup Web Part.

If you do not specify users, it will maintain the same permission settings with SharePoint.

g. Click OK to save the settings.

h. Then, the events of selected Group calendar will be showed on the web part as following.

5. Add a Personal Calendar

You can only add personal calendar on the web part once. Calendar Rollup App will display events of personal calendar as per login user. For example, if the current login user is Danies, then all events of Danies’ personal calendar will be displayed on the web part.

a. To add a personal Calendar, click Add, and then click Add Personal Calendar from the drop-down list.

b. On the pop-up dialog, specify a name for the incoming calendar. This name will be shown on the Calendar Rollup Web Part as follows:

c. Specify if end users can modify calendar events. Selecting this option means that end users cannot create, update or delete events on the Calendar Rollup Web Part.

d. Specify a color to represent the calendar resource. This color will override the default color or the customized color you specified in Basic Settings section.

e. Click OK to save the settings.

f. Then, the events of personal calendar will be displayed on the web part as following. The events will be different as per login user. For example, if the login user is Adele, the web part will display events of Adele’s calendar.

When you create a meeting on a group calendar, it appears to be organized by the group. You're automatically added as an attendee, and the event is added to your personal calendar at the same time.

6. Add/Edit/Delete Event

Users can create, edit and delete event in Month, Week, Day and Agenda view.

To add, edit or delete an event, you need to have permissions on the source calendar. Ensure that the calendar is not set as read only.

Add an event

a. Navigate to the Calendar Rollup web part.

b. Double click on a date.

c. An add an event dialog appears, select a Calendar Source, add details based on your needs like the title, Start and End time and a description and All-day event.

The columns displayed in dialog may vary depending on the calendar source.

If shared group and personal calendar is selected, an attendee column will be displayed.

In attendee column, you can only type the user’s name. SharePoint group is not supported currently.

d. After entering the details for this new event, click Save.

Edit an event

a. Navigate to the Calendar Rollup web part.

b. Select one event and click Edit Event in the tooltip.

If the event is a series, you can choose whether to edit all events in this series.

c. Edit details for this event and click Save.

Delete an event

a. Navigate to the Calendar Rollup web part.

b. Select one event and click Delete in the dialog.

If the event is a series, you can choose whether to delete all events in this series.

Please note that the event or all events in this series will be deleted from calendar source.

c. A warning message dialog will appear. Click OK to confirm.

7. Agenda View

The Agenda view displays a list of upcoming events in most recent 30 days, all events are grouped by day.

You can see the date and time of the event, along with a title.

To display the Agenda view, click the Agenda button on the top of the Web Part. In Agenda view, it displays date, time of event, along with a title.

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